Heels United for a Safe Carolina: A look at the past, present and future for the advocacy organization
The first installation was a project called “Think A.C.E. for Consent.” Hilary Delbridge, a University spokesperson, said the project was about spreading awareness about the University policy definition of consent.
Students living on South Campus will have an additional package center next year located in Hinton James Residence Hall.
Students, alumni and community members woke up early Saturday morning to volunteer for Tar Heel Service Day, part of a UNC initiative celebrating University Day.
On Saturday, Buffy Filippell, president of TeamWork Consulting and a former tennis player, told the Carolina Sport Business & Fitness Expo how athletic skills can easily translate to the business world.
Farmers and vendors set up tents in the rain Friday morning in front of Davis Library at the first farmers market of the fall semester, organized by student group Fair Local Organic Food.